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Tupperware Brands has the Lowest Current Ratio in the Housewares & Specialties Industry (TUP, NWL, LBY, JAH, LCUT)

By James Quinn

Below are the three companies in the Housewares & Specialties industry with the lowest current ratios. Current ratio is useful to get an idea of how quickly a company can repay its short-term liabilities with its short-term assets. The higher the current ratio, the more capable the company is of paying its obligations.

Tupperware Brands ranks lowest with a a current ratio of 1.0. Newell Rubbermaid is next with a a current ratio of 1.2. Libbey ranks third lowest with a a current ratio of 2.1.

Jarden follows with a a current ratio of 2.5, and Lifetime Brands rounds out the bottom five with a a current ratio of 2.9.

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